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Deals for June 16: Alienware M11x Core i3 $699

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11.6" Alienware M11x Core i3-330UM 1.2GHz ULV Gaming Laptop w/4GB RAM, 320GB HDD, 1GB GeForce GT 330M for $699 with free shipping (normally $899).

Ends after first 100 code uses! Dell XPS 8300 Core i7-2600 3.4GHz Quad-core "Sandy Bridge" Desktop w/8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, GeForce GT530, Wireless-N, 2yr warranty for $699.99 with free shipping (normally $1,149 - use coupon code 4VQ2?06S22QT97 and HLSKSR06S9ZG0F).

21.5" Dell Ultrasharp U2211H 1080p IPS-panel LCD Monitor w/ DisplayPort, 3Yr PREMIUM PANEL & 3-year Advanced Exchange Warranty for $209.25 with free shipping (noramlly $279 - use 25% coupon code).

Laptops:

Up to Extra $75 Coupon for Dell Latitude E6520, E6420, E6320, E5520, E5420 Laptops (use respective coupon code).

17.3" Dell Vostro 3750 Core i5-2310M 2.3GHz "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/4GB RAM, 320GB HDD, Fingerprint Reader & Backit Keyboard for $614 with free shipping (noramlly $839 - use $75 coupon code).

16" Toshiba Satellite A660-BT3N25X Core i3-2310M 2.1GHz "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/6GB RAM, 320GB HDD & Backlit Keyboard for $529 with free shipping (normally $769 - use coupon code A660N616).

15.6" Lenovo Essential G570 Core i5-2310M 2.3GHz "Sandy Bridge" Laptop (43344AU) w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD & Blu-ray for $649 with free shipping (normally $849 - use coupon code USPLENOVO616).

15.6" Dell Vostro 3550 Core i5-2410M 2.3GHz "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/4GB RAM, 320GB HDD, Fingerprint Rader, Backlit Keyboard for $594 with free shipping (normally $819 - use $75 coupon code).

14" Lenovo IdeaPad Y470 Core i7-2630QM 2GHz Quad-core "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/8GB RAM, USB 3.0, Blu-ray, 750GB HDD & 1GB GeForce GT550M for $899 with free shipping (normally $1,549 - use 10% coupon code).

11.6" Alienware M11x Core i3-330UM 1.2GHz ULV Gaming Laptop w/4GB RAM, 320GB HDD, 1GB GeForce GT 330M for $699 with free shipping (normally $899).

Desktops:

23" Gateway One ZX6900-01u Core i3-530 2.93GHz Dual-core All-in-one Multi-touch PC w/4GB RAM, 640GB HDD & Blu-ray for $699.99 (normally $999).

Dell Vostro 260 Core i3-2100 3.1GHz Dual-core "Sandy Bridge" Mini Tower w/2GB RAM, 250GB HDD for $399 with $8 shipping (normally $429).

Dell XPS 8300 Core i7-2600 3.4GHz Quad-core "Sandy Bridge" Desktop w/8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, GeForce GT530, Wireless-N, 2yr warranty for $699.99 with free shipping (normally $1,149 - use coupon code 4VQ2?06S22QT97 and HLSKSR06S9ZG0F).

27" Apple iMac MC510LL/A Core i3 3.2GHz All-in-one Desktop w/4GB RAM, 1TB HDD & Radeon HD 5670 for $1,399 with free shipping (normally $1,599).

Computing Hardware & Peripherals:

Lenovo Multimedia Remote with keyboard N5901 for $24.75 with free shipping (noramlly $54 - use coupon code).

Logitech ClearChat Pro Circumaural USB Headset for $11.99 (normally $35 - use coupon code logi_ccpu_61611).

21.5" Dell Ultrasharp U2211H 1080p IPS-panel LCD Monitor w/ DisplayPort, 3Yr PREMIUM PANEL & 3-year Advanced Exchange Warranty for $209.25 with free shipping (noramlly $279 - use 25% coupon code).

Gaming:

Kinect for Xbox 360 w/ Kinect Adventures + $25 Gift Card for $149.99 with free shipping.

Dead Space 2 (PC Game Download) for $14.99 (normally $24).

Home Entertainment:

up to $400 Gift Card with Samsung (3D Bluray Bundles) and LG HDTVs.

47" LG Infinia 47LW6500 3D 1080p 240Hz Edgelit LED HDTV (2011 Model) for $1,386 with free shipping (normally $1,799).

46" Sharp AQUOS Quattron LC-46LE830U 1080p LED LCD HDTV for $1,079.99 with free shipping (normally $1,299).

46" Samsung UN46C6300 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV for $800 with free shipping (normally $1,199 - use coupon code HIO34252).

Coupon codes for select Dell projectors

Dell 1510X Value Series Projector for $649 with free shipping (normally $749 - use $100 coupon code)

Dell 1610HD Value Series Projector for $799 with free shipping (noramlly $899 - use $100 coupon code).

Last Samurai (Blu-ray) for $8.49 with free shipping (normally $12).

Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection Blu-ray for $55 with free shipping (normally $89).

Kill Bill - Volume One [Blu-ray] for $10 with free shipping (normally $14).

Scooby Doo (Blu-ray) for $8 with free shipping (normally $13).

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Film Collection (Blu-ray) for $46 with free shipping (normally $58).

The Brave One [Blu-ray] for $7 with free shipping (normally $11).

16 Blocks (Blu-ray) for $9 with free shipping (normally $12).

Phones & Tablets:

LG Optimus T Titanium (with new 2-year T-Mobile contract) + $75 auto rebate for $0 with free shipping, free activation & free bluetooth headset (normally $39.99).

10.1" ASUS Eee Pad Transformer 32GB Android 3.0 Tablet with Klipsch Earphones + 8GB Memory Card for $474.99 with free shipping (noramlly $549).

Personal Portables and Cameras:

Olympus PEN E-PL1 12.3MP Digital Camera w/ 14-42mm Lens Digital SLR Kit (Black) for $369 with free shipping.

Logitech Squeezebox Touch WiFi Music Player (Refurbished) for $239.99 with free shipping (normally $279 - use coupon code logi_touch_61611).

Hosting & Domains:

Network Solutions: Get 3 years web hosting for price of two (limited time offer).

Lunar Pages: $60 off Web Hosting with Unlimited Storage & Bandwidth (for plans over 1 year) (use coupon code).

Yola Hosting and Domain: 20% off anything (use respective coupon code).

Apps

iOS

MerryCoupling for $0 (normally $1.99).

Control Flight 2 for $0 (normally $0.99).

Android

Watchdog Task Manager for $0 (normally $3.49).

Cool Stuff & Freebies:

20-pages 6x6 Classic White Linen Hardcover Photo Book for $0.

"Go The F**k To Sleep" Audiobook download for $0 (narrated by Samuel L. Jackson).

Energizing Mini Facial + Sample (at Origins) for$0.

Custom T-Shirt for $0.

Arby's: 20oz Jamocha Oreo Shake (with combo purchase) for $0.

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    whysobluepandabear , June 17, 2011 9:08 AM
    That iMac is on SALE for $1399? Joke much? Let's see what you get here children: i3...hmm, they couldn't at least do an i5? 5670...couldn't they at least start with a 6870? The card is like $160-170~....

    1TB HD and 4GB of RAM....well WOWZERS! That's a whole $100 worth of hardware (retail mind you, those Sock Cuckers probably get it for $50)....


    Sounds like a swell deal to me! ....*loads .38 special hollow point and turns gun on himself*



    Seriously, this crap has GOT to stop. Educate the mass population already. Make those little window licker children take a semester class that educates the common folk on electronics and technology. Not this propaganda, pray on you because you're an idiot, type of crap.



    I await hearing from those whom have been takin' advantage of..."But bro, Apple is totally worth it....It fixed my depression and actually made me FRIENDS!....I now have iChat friends and an e-girlfriend that appreciates the same style that I do, of which Steve Jobs dictates what I like and how It'll exactly look and function".


    Apple is like a religion. They don't have intelligent, rational individuals who are independently thinking - they instead have followers whom ask no questions and do what they're told. Obedient retards. The best kind of retard out there; much like those whom are DIRT POOR, yet get tricked into giving the rich and top 1% TAX CUTS. Haha.



    I'm going to go look at naked pictures of Bill Gates now. Later.
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    amdwilliam1985 , June 17, 2011 2:07 PM
    @whysobluepandabear, like your comments, but as far as educating the general public, I have to disagree with it.

    You pay for the "knowledge" you don't have.
    It's kind of like people complaining Best Buy charging customers for stupid things.
    You don't see anyone bashing those lawyers for charging $500/hour for doing something as easy as printing and signing a form. Because we lack the "lawyer knowledge", therefore we pay the price.
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    Inferno1217 , June 17, 2011 6:14 PM
    Laptop sucks. I'll stick with my $900 ASUS G73JH with i7 720QM and Radeon 5870M
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    AMD_pitbull , June 18, 2011 5:49 AM
    So, anyone else see anything wrong with this:
    Alienware "gaming laptop." 11.6" display. i3-330 at 1.2ghz. 330m VC. What kind of gaming can you do with that? Farmville? When did those specs become accepted as a "gaming" rig?
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    SneakySnake , June 18, 2011 5:56 AM
    whysobluepandabearThat iMac is on SALE for $1399? Joke much?...


    Apple's 27" IPS display is widely considered the best display under $1200 by a lot of third part reviewers. It retails for a $1000 and goes head to head with displays from Samsung, Dell, HP etc. in the 900-1100 bracket. It's not till you spend $1200+ that you can find screens that comfortably beat it.

    If you factor the screen in your getting the internals for $400.

    Suddenly the iMac isn't so overpriced.

    Apple's laptops are grossly overpriced.

    Their desktops are decently priced. The Mac Pro is within a few hundred $ of competing workstation rigs.
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    fir_ser , June 18, 2011 2:06 PM
    The 15.6" Lenovo Essential G570 with the Core i5-2310M 2.3GHz "Sandy Bridge" looks like a good deal at $649